Interview with Dr. Foster Olive

Researchers at the Medical University of South Carolina, led by Foster Olive, Ph.D., have discovered that a research drug called MTEP (3-((2-methyl-4-thiazolyl)ethynyl)pyridine) helped laboratory rodents kick their methamphetamine habit and decreased their chance of relapse. The results of the study earned first article in the March 2009 issue of Neuropsychopharmacology.

Read More: New Evidence Supports Idea That Targeting Brain Proteins May Help Treat Meth Addiction


Annual Meeting

Program CoverThe ACNP Annual Meeting is one of the world's leading forums for the exchange of cutting edge scientific information about the brain, behavior, and psychotropic drugs.

ACNP Publications

Program CoverThe College offers a variety of Publications with the latest and most comprehensive research in psychopharmacology and related fields.

Research Discussions

This forum enables discussion of articles that have appeared in Neuropsychopharmacology. It is intended to stimulate scholarly interactions among researchers, and to help educate members of the public who are interested in psychiatric illness.